Since Sexton, Margot Brown

Judith Nelson, Muffle Knot, 1980, 18X18

Since Sexton* Lately, I paint my fingernails and think of nineteen-year-old Louie, a prodigy design engineer, whistling at the coffee machine. As yet, he doesn’t come looking for me, but I’m familiar with his prick. It comes like anxious thousands— in showers and bed sheets, young […]